Karmina Šilec, conductor and director - author

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Karmina Šilec, conductor and director - author

Karmina Šilec is a conductor and director - author, artistic director of Carmina Slovenica and new music theatre Choregie


currator of  CHOREGIE 2023   16.4.2023 ob 20.00  Philomela geolocated sound exhibition author: Karmina Šilec Performers: Carmina Slovenica Rače Castle    7.5. 2023  ob 20.00 Past time echoes concert Performers: ...

opera BABA

The Life and Death of Stana

opera BABA: The life and death of Stana 

Concept and music: Karmina Šilec

Performers: KITKA and guests

BABA is inspired by the sworn virgins – the women who, after taking vows of chastity, adopt a man's name and identity, wear men's clothes, do men's work, smoke, drink rakia, play the gusle ... and join the men's world.

The music theatre will draw on anthropological research on this practice to develop a multi-faceted performative form.



20.1.2023 at 19.30 Choregie lecture  More: Mills Performing Arts Holland Theater / Mills College at Northeastern University 5000 MacArthur Boulevard Oakland, CA ...



Berkeley Repertory Theatre residency, 29.10.- 14.11.2022 Berkeley Rep’s invited BABA artistic team to enhance and expand the processes of creating music theatre work BABA. "We emphasize process over product. We provide resources for artists to respond to the modern and changing world,...


geolocated sound exibition

Geolocated concert takes the listener through STIAS gardens. With the help of an application loaded on a smartphone, listeners follow the markings on the map. When enter to locations marked with a circle - the musical content is triggered. First edition of geolocated concert encompasses works by women composers, created in the last 1,200 years.


geolocated sound exhibition

Premiere: 25.11.2022 at 19.00 Performances: 28., 29.11.2022 at 19.00 and 30.11.2022 at 20.00 Geolocated sound exhibition  PHILOMELA tries to increase awareness of the gaps in our knowledge of music composed by women. The project aims to change our understanding of the canon...

STIAS artist in residence, 2022

  The Stellenbosch Institute for Advanced Study invests in experts who work across disciplinary borders to tackle issues ranging from health equity to complexity theory, the effects of race to quantum information. In this age of tumultuous change, the development of a long-term view and...